DUSCI Summer Fellowships

DUSCI's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for students and their faculty mentors to conduct eight weeks of full-time scholarship from May 30, 2017 - July 21, 2017. Each fellowship provides a student award of $3,000. The faculty stipend/award will be determined by the application deadline, March 3, 2017.

Other summer DUSCI activities include field trips, workshops, weekly research meetings, socials and a final research presentation by participants.

Applications are being accepted through March 3, 2017 and awardees will be notified after spring break. To down the application click on the following link 2017 Summer DUSCI Application‌.

The following students and faculty mentors participated in the 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Program:

  • Anna Burns, Mentor - Brian Gentry, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Kathryn Carano, Mentor - Maria Valdovinos, Psychology Department; College of Arts & Sciences
  • Nirvan Dharampaul,  Mentor - John Harrell, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Matthew Glasow, Mentor - Abebe Mengesha, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Sufyan Hamouda, Mentor - Tom Rosburg, Department of Biology; College of Arts & Sciences
  • Amanda Hoerres, Mentor - Pramod Mahajan, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Hayley LeBlanc, Mentor - Craige Wren, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Sarah Mann, Mentor - James Sacco, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Administrative Sciences; College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Amanda Muir, Mentor - Michael Renner, Environmental Science & Policy; Collage of Arts & Sciences
  • Kelsey Panfil, Mentor - Olga Lazareva, Psychology Department; College of Arts & Sciences
  • Hayley Petras, Mentor - Colin Cairns, Chemistry Department; College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dheeraj Pulyala, Mentor - Matthew Zwier, Chemistry Department; College of Arts & Sciences
  • Katrina Sletten, Mentor - Charles Nelson, Astronomy Department; College of Arts & Sciences
University News
November 21, 2017
Madison Glennie, a Drake golf standout and straight-A student, was a finalist for the highly prestigious Rhodes Scholarship this year. 
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